No 10 says Russian men’s claims about visiting Salisbury as tourists are blatant lies

An interview with the two men identified as suspects in the Salisbury nerve agent attack has been dismissed by Downing Street as “lies and blatant fabrications” and “an insult to the public’s intelligence”.

In a forceful response to the broadcast on Russian state-funded television in which the men claimed to have been in Salisbury to visit its cathedral, the British government accused Russia of having “responded with contempt” and said the men’s statements were “deeply offensive to the victims” of the poisoning.

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